The Pilgrimage. Where would you go?

I was reading Richard Wiseman’s blog and read that the New York Times art critic Michael Kimmelman says that everyone should go on a pilgrimage to see an important piece of art.

Mont Ventoux
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What would yours be?

It’s an interesting idea.  Where would you go on your pilgrimage? It might be somewhere connected with your religion (or lack thereof); your sport; your love of theatre, a great movie; a specific piece of art or an artist; your hobby; somewhere that you have always wanted to visit or someone that you have always wanted to meet; or perhaps something to do with your family history or personal life.

Either way, let’s share ideas for destinations and see where we all end up 😉

I’ll tell you mine this weekend (in a comment to this post).

What do you think? Let me know you were here ;-)

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